"Women of Algiers (Version O)" will hit the auction block on May 11
Sasian Journeys, a six-day festival featuring crafts, textiles, food and talks in New Delhi, will promote cultural legacy enterprises in nine ...
Female musicians in Mumbai will break the norms and play instruments traditionally played by men at the Saz-e-Bahar festival
The authors find out how India's most successful film star goes about his work
A landmark exhibition at the prestigious Metropolitan Museum of Art reunites widely scattered remnants of a golden age
Kareena Kapoor walked the ramp in one of Khanna's bespoke creations from her collectio
A meal in a jar is not only a culinary fad, but also a practical way of ensuring the right portion to eat
Raids and crackdowns pared down the party scene in Mumbai some years ago, but this could soon change with Aditya Thackeray's plans for the city
Fashion pop-up stores are all the rage with emerging designers who don't have the resources for standalone showrooms
Jobs developed a wise, mature, deliberate executive style for which he is seldom given credit, one that helped lead Apple to glorious heights
An account of Sri Lanka after the 26-year ethnic war glosses over many inconvenient truths
He has been gone 67 years, as long as an average Indian's lifespan. But Mahatma Gandhi keeps turning up all the time. He buys - everything in ...
Across the families, two things were common when the fissures started appearing: affluence and poor family governance
The World Cup final between Australia and New Zealand will be a battle of equals. The match promises to be a fitting end to a great tournament
Round three has just concluded in the women's world championship and there are only eight players left in the running. Two of them are Indians. ...
This week featured multiple open tournaments and one team match. Evgeny Najer won the European Open in Jerusalem
Evgeny Tomashevsky, aka "The professor", played the tournament of his life to win the Tbilisi Grand Prix with a round to spare. His score of ...
What do you want most from a car - moveable luxury or a soul-satisfying driving experience?
The newly revamped Volkswagen Jetta feels superior to the Skoda Octavia, while comparing favourably with the Audi A3. Now if only its design had ...
Is it time to give your driver the golden handshake? With driverless cars, the day is not too far away
Hyundai has taken its competitors head-on with a smartly revamped Verna. The author takes stock of the changes in the sedan and assesses whether ...
The unlikely politician
Vir Sanghvi talks about his career as an 'accidental journalist, life after the Radia tapes and other controversies, and why he's moving away ...
L&T chairman Naik talks about the three things that worry him most in the run-up to his retirement